Building a smartphone-class user experience into your embedded device

Duration: 1 hour

Overview

The proliferation of smartphones has raised expectations for user interfaces and wireless connectivity. It doesn't matter whether you are creating a medical device, building automation system, vending machine, industrial controller, home appliance, or printer/copier, customers using your device will expect it to provide many of the same features they experience on their smartphones or gaming consoles. We'll look at some of those expected features like:

  • 3D graphics
  • touch gestures
  • full audio-video
  • speech recognition
  • wireless and cloud connectivity

Nonetheless, the system-level integration required for achieving this rich user experience can be very complex. In this session, we'll identify many of the components and techniques for achieving this integration successfully.

Estimated length:

1 hour, including Q & A.

Who should Attend:

This seminar will be of interest to software and hardware developers, designers, engineers and project or product managers.

Speaker Biography:
Chris Ault - Product Marketing Manager, QNX Software Systems

Doug Schaefer is a Senior Software Developer at QNX Software Systems and the Project Lead for the Eclipse CDT project. Doug has been involved in the software development tools industry for over a decade including stints at Nortel Networks, ObjecTime, Rational, and IBM. He has focused mainly on software modeling with particular interest in parsing, code models, and code generation. Now with QNX, he has also re-acquired his enthusiasm for embedded systems development where he started his career.

Register now for this free on-demand webinar: Building a smartphone-class user experience into your embedded device